Oh yes! Loads of bodies on a few good chassis - that's the beauty of HO. You'll be in Nascar heaven
Basically, the are three main platforms for Nascar bodies:
(both M and T chassis): four or five different releases (with all the 'real-life' makes for each) from mid-90s, late 90s, early 2000s, mid 2000s and the COTs (2008 onward). Plus a range of 90s Nastrucks and winged Sprintcars. Most liveries are Nascar licensed.
Tyco 440X2 wide-pan
: Two to three releases from the late 80s, mid and late 90s, including a Days of Thunder series. Plus some 1990s Nastrucks. Most liveries are Nascar licensed.
(Fits Magnatraction, AW X-traction, Turbo, SG+ and Mega-G short wheelbase): 1990s T-birds and Chevy Montecarlo. Very few are Nascar licensed - a couple of T-birds and a couple of Chevys. The Johnny Lightning Chevy body is a nice racing body that fits the AFX cars - and perfect for Talladega Nights re-liveries.
There are body clips from BudsHO that convert the Tyco bodies onto a SG+ chassis. Plus there are a fair few late-60s and 70s Nascar bodies from Aurora, Auto World, Johnny Lightning, Tyco and Life Life.
I might have mentioned that I am a bit of a Nascar nut. I really am not a collector (honest), but I do have most of the Life Like COT bodies (still searching for the #18 M&M Toyota). I also have the four Life Like Nastrucks from the 90s and three of the Tyco ones. I have three of the Days of Thunder cars too.
I run the Life Like cars on the original M chassis, which I find a more satisfying drive on a home track. I run the AFX bodies at home on the Auto World X-traction chassis. The Tyco wide pan chassis is nice to drive too.
Okay, here's some pics:
Life Like COTs
Life Like Nastrucks
Classic AW & JL.
And you could always go lexan: